Posts Tagged 'germany'

4 of 17: A green community designed by the community

In the fourth article in our series of 17 Sustainable Ideas for COP17, Justin Woolford at Forum for the Future, visits Freiburg and shares the successes of a green community, designed by the community. This should surely be a case study for local governments and authorities, aiming to grow sustainable communities in the face of […]

#TransportMonth: Czech Saga (Part 1)

by Robert Bowen
A few notes to my dad that explains my travel challenges as a South African
Hey Dad
You might be wondering why you recently bought an EasyJet ticket, here’s why.
We arrived at the German border and handed in our passports. About half an hour later I was called to the front of the […]